Definition of Mender

1. Noun. A skilled worker who mends or repairs things.

Exact synonyms: Fixer, Repairer
Specialized synonyms: Darner, Maintenance Man, Repairman, Service Man
Generic synonyms: Skilled Worker, Skilled Workman, Trained Worker
Derivative terms: Fix, Mend, Repair



Definition of Mender

1. n. One who mends or repairs.

Definition of Mender

1. Noun. A person who mends. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Mender

1. one that mends [n -S] - See also: mends

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mender

mendaciously
mendaciousness
mendacities
mendacity
mended
mendelevium
mendeleviums
mendelian
mendelian character
mendelian genetics
mendelian ratio
mendelian trait
mendelism
mendelize
mendelizing
mender (current term)
menderies
menders
mendery
mendicancies
mendicancy
mendicancy squad
mendicant
mendicant order
mendicants
mendicate
mendicated
mendicates
mendicating
mendication

Literary usage of Mender

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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1889)
"ABOUT THE UMBRELLA-mender: A STUDY. IT was a winter's evening. The clock of St Martin-le-Grand ... There's another umbrella-mender at the top of the road. ..."

2. Travels in Various Countries of Europe, Asia and Africa by Edward Daniel Clarke (1817)
"Ford of the mender—Fountains of ... supposed Acropolis—Observations by the Polar Star—Journey to the Source of the mender—Basalt ..."

3. The Story of Norway by Hjalmar H[jorth] Boyesen (1886)
"MAGNUS LAW-mender (1263-1280). WITH the death of Haakon Haakonsson, the continuous story of the ... A fragment of the life of his son, Magnus Law-mender ..."

4. The Harleian Miscellany: Or, A Collection of Scarce, Curious, and by William Oldys, John Malham (1809)
"BY AMINADAB BLOWER, A DEVOUT BELLOWS-mender OF PIMLICO. Shewing the Causes in general and particular, wherefore they do, might, would, should or ought, ..."

5. Prisoners of Hope, a Tale of Colonial Virginia by Mary Johnston (1898)
"I will get another," said the mender of nets, and limped to the corner where the shadow had ... The mender of nets became a far-off sphinx- like figure. ..."

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